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Down The Rabbit Hole: Alice In Wonderland

Internal Editor Vivian Zhou and Staff Writer Daniel Ortega-Venni took a trip down the rabbit hole to see Alice in Wonderland put on by Columbia Blue Gaze Theater. This is what they thought. 

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Magic To Do: A Pippin Review

A Bwog Staffer and self-proclaimed techie attended CMTS’ Saturday matinee performance of Pippin at the Minor Latham Playhouse directed by Barnard junior, Sophia Houdaigui and produced by Sarah Leidich (BC ‘21) and Sila Puhl (CC ‘21).

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Order And Chaos: A Review Of KCST’s The Bacchae 2.1

Donna Qi attended the final performance of KCST’s production of Charles Mee’s adaptation of The Bacchae by Euripides, entitled The Bacchae 2.1. The show was directed by Carolyn Friedman (CC ‘21) and produced by Mario Garcia (CC ‘21) and Mira Soni (CC ‘21). Qi had a lot of fun viewing the chaotic and tragic fun […]

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Bwog Shares A Few Thoughts On The Trojan Women

Although he doesn’t often review theatrical performances, Editor Finn Klauber felt it his responsibility to release a measured review of a recent performance of Seneca’s Troades, which will have two final showings tomorrow afternoon and evening.  Syncretizing the performance of a Classical tragedy with artistic elements reminiscent of modernity is no small challenge. As key […]

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